I have 3 sisters who all live in other states, but my dad recently moved to be near one of us and that turned out to be me. He is 92 with slight cognitive function decline (mostly short term memory loss and some confusion) and lives in Independent Living for now. I take care of driving him places, running errands, handling meds, etc. There are times I feel very overwhelmed because of time demands or situations that arise that need fires put out. My sisters all live out of town. What are ways others here can suggest that would be helpful for them to be a part of his care, life and also be of support to me. Money is not an issue, so financial help is not required. Sometimes I think now that he's here, they are all breathing the sigh of relief as their lives go on as usual. One of my sisters is a joint POA with me, and she is willing to come up anytime and lives the closest of the 3. The others are at quite a distance. I knew when I was the "chosen one" it wouldn't be easy but sometimes it just feels like I'm all alone.